Server-Side Core API Access

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Hello!

In our quest to white label, we have hit another snag. If a user wants to use an existing Gmail account with our system, they still have to go into Rise at least once to accept Rise Vision's terms as discussed here....

https://community.risevision.com/rise_vision_inc/topics/user-account-secondary-verification

Management has said that this is a deal breaker for us. The only other alternative I see is to create a new account for them, accept the terms for them, and hand over the new account. Then, the user is forced to log in with one account for their email and one for our display system.

Chrome isn't the greatest at juggling these accounts with gapi, and I am wondering if there is a server side solution for handling authentication and API access. I have seen the Java Core API stuff, but I assumed that it was for installed apps. Does anyone have any ideas on how to access the Core API on the server side?

Thanks
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Posted 3 years ago

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For anyone else that is juggling Google accounts in the future, this Stack Overflow post has solved our issue...

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31544595/how-to-force-account-login-for-a-single-account-user-wit...

The gapi library has an argument you can use to force it to show a user prompt.
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Glad to hear you solved it Stephen!